A Study Of Challenge Based Learning Techniques In An Introduction To Engineering Course

@inproceedings{Rowe2007ASO,
  title={A Study Of Challenge Based Learning Techniques In An Introduction To Engineering Course},
  author={Christopher Rowe and Stacy S. Klein-Gardner},
  year={2007}
}
A photo-electric chemical apparatus comprising an electrolyte, a first electrode having an n-type semiconductor member disposed to be in touch with the electrolyte and a second electrode having a carbon cluster member disposed to be in touch with the electrolyte. The first and second electrodes are short-circuited and irradiated with a light beam to thereby generate oxygen and hydrogen. The first electrode is a laminated member consisting of a light transmitting glass, a transparent conducting… CONTINUE READING

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